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#1 midiemulation

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Posted 04 June 2005 - 08:49 AM

.:[PSP Multiplayer]:. Tutorial -//-
Basically, my first idea when I got my japanese psp was to work on learning how to program a psp game. Sadly I got a newer version and it will not run homebrew code, so for the moment I am on hold. BUT...

My next idea was to figure out online gaming. Since I don't know people locally that have psps yet This brought me to learn how to setup the PSP for online gaming. Heres a easy how-to, getting you setup for playing online games with your PSP in 5 easy steps.

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Requirements (assuming you own a psp & games):
Kai - here
A Linksys WRT54G, WRT546S, or Buffalo WBR-G54 wireless router
Updated Firmware - here
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My Personal Setup
--/System
Japanese PSP ver 1.5 (country/version shouldn't matter)
WRT54G v.2 Wireless Router
--/Games: (Tested/Untested with online gameplay)
Wipeout Pure (compatable)
THUG2 remix (compatable)
Metal Gear Acid (n/a)
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Step #1
  • Download and install Kai
  • Create a XTag
  • Run the newly installed Start Kai Config Tool from the Start Menu (in Xlink KAI Evolution 7)
  • Under UI select Java (optional)
  • Check "Enable PAT" and "Lauch UI" and enter your XTag info
  • Uncheck "Lauch Engine"
Step #2
  • Open your router configuration and login (http://192.168.1.1 - standard linksys default router ip)
  • Goto --> Administration --> Firmware Upgrade
  • Select the firmware you downloaded previously
  • Press Update
Step #3
  • Log back into your router configuration
  • Disable Wireless --> MAC Filter
  • Goto --> Administration --> Management, make sure autologin is enabled and enter your XTag
  • For your Interface (same menu) enter.......
  • br0 - allows xbox and psp to function
  • eth2 - PSP only on Linksys WRT54G 1.0 and 1.1, and Buffalo WBR-G54 wifi routers
  • eth1 - PSP only on Linksys WRT56G 2.0 and 2.2 routers
  • Goto Administration --> Kaid
  • Click Start Kaid
Step #4
  • Start XLink KAI
  • Goto --> Menu --> Settings
  • In GUI settings : Specify the IP address of your router
  • Enter your XTag information
  • Connect and join the PSP arena and select your game
  • On your PSP : Goto Multiplayer mode and join or host a game
  • In your router config window - GoTo --> Administrator --> Kaid and press "Scan PSP"
Step #5
Enjoy!

If you have any problems setting this up please report them in this thread and Ill try and give you any assistance. Remember to always double check your setup! You are responcible if you mess up your psp/computer/router/dog/cat etc. while using this method. This method was composed from my personal experience and the experience of others and has worked for everyone I have shown it to thus far.

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#2 slasher007

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Posted 07 June 2005 - 01:06 AM

nice tut. btw if you don't own a psp 1.0, a nice way to start programming for the psp is with pspe, which is a little emulator that runs every homebrew made for the psp. here's the link.

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 07:13 AM

sry if this is a really noob question but. if you have a wireless router cant you just connect to games through the actual games? i mean cant me and somebody somewhere else in the world join a twisted metal game together as long as we are both in a hotspot. if so i dont see the point of using kai.

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Posted 17 June 2005 - 08:12 AM

I believe only Twisted Metal works in Infrastructure Mode, which is for communication through a wireless access point. All the other games though, do not support Infrastructure but Ad Hoc, which direct communication without the access point (much like a system link). Kai is needed to trick the PSP into thinking its in a system link with PSPs across the globe. It basically fakes the Infrastructure mode so to speak.

#5 midiemulation

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Posted 28 June 2005 - 10:49 PM

I don't want to bump a tutorial but get your a$$es on KAI so I can play some of you. Are people having issues setting it up or what. I will assist as much as I can in this thread.

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Posted 29 June 2005 - 12:20 AM

i dont have the router you have, but i have some other routers and i have one linkys usb adapter. can i get it to work?


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Posted 29 June 2005 - 12:31 AM

no router

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Posted 29 June 2005 - 03:01 AM

nicely done.
i cannot try this for myself so i can't verify it's contents so if a few people report success with this tutorial, i will add it to HSDEMONZ's pinned FAQ topic.

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Posted 29 June 2005 - 03:46 AM

it works for me pretty easy to set up just no one playing online we need to start a topic of say games members have to play online and how to get in touch with them say by pm or email just a thought beerchug.gif

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Posted 29 June 2005 - 07:23 PM

i'm on a college campus with cisco wireless access points at just about every corner, will these work? i figure since token ring is basically obsolete, then any cisco router should work.

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Posted 30 June 2005 - 05:20 AM

im looking into other routers - at the moment i know that some dlinks work as well as some wifi pci cards (not sure which).

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Posted 08 August 2005 - 08:23 AM

I have been helping a few people get this program setup and I found an updated list of compatable wifi cards that work with your PSP and KAI. Check first before buying a card in the list below and post your results. Thanks!

Compatable Wifi Adapters List - thanks to Xlink
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CARDS THAT *SHOULD* WORK

Buffalo
WLI-CB-G54 (PCMCIA) - conflicting success reports
WLI-CB-G54S (PCMCIA)
WLI-CB-G54L (PCMCIA)
WLI-CB-AG54 (PCMCIA)
WLI-USB-KB11 (USB)
WLI-U2-KG54-AI (USB) - conflicting success reports
WLI2-CF-S11 (Compact Flash Card)

PLANEX
GW-NS11X (PCMCIA)
GW-NS54G (PCMCIA)
GW-NS54GM (PCMCIA)

I/O DATA
WN-B11/USB (USB)

D-Link
DWL-122 (USB)
DWL-650 (PCMCIA)

MS
MS MN-720 (PCMCIA)

Linksys
WMP54GS (PCI) - some problems with hosting apparently *UK/US version*
WPC54GS-JP (PCMCIA) *JAPANESE version*

PC with WiFi
Sony VAIO PCG-U101
Dell Truemobile 1300
HP Pavilion ZE4908US (Broadcom 802.11b/g)

CARDS THAT *SHOULDN'T* WORK

PC with WiFi
Vaio PCG-V505 (LAN-Express IEEE 802.11)

3Com
3CRWE254G72 (USB)

Asus
WL-167G (USB)

Netgear
MA111 (USB) - version 2 doesn't work, version 1 does apparently

D-Link
DWL-G650 (PCMCIA)
DWL-G122 (USB)

Trendnet
TEW-229UB (USB)

IO-DATA
WN-G54/US (USB)


More Cards for the compatability list
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[thx to Decepticon420]

Compatible Network Cards for PSP and Kai
(based on the original thread by Yumi).

Firstly, please take the following into consideration. Your wireless network card may detect your PSP, but you STILL might not be able to play. The following list is a guide of what our users have used and confirmed working on THEIR home network - no guarantees are given it will work on yours, and there may be issues with different revisions of the cards.

This is an updated list on **reported** working/non-working WiFI cards!


CARDS THAT HAVE BEEN REPORTED TO WORK

ASUS
Asus WL100g (PCMCIA)

Belkin
F5D7010UK

Buffalo
WLI-CB-G54 (PCMCIA) - conflicting success reports
WLI-CB-G54S (PCMCIA)
WLI-CB-G54L (PCMCIA)
WLI-CB-AG54 (PCMCIA)
WLI-USB-KB11 (USB)
WLI-U2-KG54-AI (USB) - conflicting success reports
WLI2-CF-S11 (Compact Flash Card)

ciscoSystems
AIR-LMC350 (PCMCIA)
AIR-PCM350 (PCMCIA)
AIR-PCI350 (PCI, PCMCIA)
AIR-MPI350 (Mini-PCI)
AIR-CB21AG (PCMCIA)

Corega
COREGA WLUSB-11 KEY (USB)

D-Link
DWL-120 (USB)
DWL-122 (USB)
DWL-650 (PCMCIA)
DWL-520(+) [All Rev's] (PCI, Mini-PCI)

Dell
Truemobile 1300
Truemobile 1180
Truemobile 1350

Gigafast
GigaFast Wireless-B 802.11b USB Adapter [WF741-UIC] (USB)

I/O DATA
WN-B11/USB (USB)

Linksys
WMP54GS (PCI) - some problems with hosting apparently *UK/US version*
WPC54GS-JP (PCMCIA) *JAPANESE version*

MS
MS MN-510
MS MN-720 (PCMCIA)
MS MN-730 (PCI)

Motorola
WN825G

Netgear
Netgear WG311 [All Rev's] (PCI, Mini-PCI)
Netgear WG511T - VERY UNRELIABLE SUCCESS REPORTS!

PLANEX
GW-NS11X (PCMCIA)
GW-NS54G (PCMCIA)
GW-NS54GM (PCMCIA)

Siemens
Siemens Mobile Gigaset (USB)

Sony
Sony IFU-WLM1

PC with WiFi built in (Mini-PCI)
Sony VAIO PCG-U101
Dell Truemobile 1300
HP Pavilion ZE4908US (Broadcom 802.11b/g)
Compaq Presario 3045 (Broadcom 802.11b/g)
LAN-Express IEEE 802.11 (in Vaio PCG-V505)

Misc?
WLI-USB-KB11 (Jap)

CARDS THAT USE THE *Atheros* CHIPSET THAT SHOULD WORK
List of Cards and drivers on the following page. Remember it needs to be an 802.11b compatable.
http://customerprodu...stomerproducts/
http://www.phoenixne...net/atheros.php
WildPackets Wireless Driver
http://www.wildpacke...theros30_driver

CARDS THAT USE THE *PRISM* CHIPSET THAT SHOULD WORK

USB Wireless Cards
Acer Warplink USB Adapter
Actiontec Prism2.5 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
Adaptec AWN-8020 USB WLAN Adapter
Airvast PRISM3 WLAN USB Adapter
ALLNET 0193 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
ASUS-WL140 Wireless USB Adapter
Averatec USB WLAN Adapter
Compaq/Intel W100 PRO/Wireless 11Mbps multiport WLAN Adapter
Corega Wireless LAN USB Stick-11
Dell TrueMobile 1180 Wireless USB Adapter
DWL-120 Rev F Wireless USB Adapter
DWL-122 Wireless USB Adapter
Hawking HighDB USB Adapter
Intel PRO/Wireless 2011B LAN USB Adapter
IOData AirPort WN-B11
JVC MP-XP7250 Builtin USB WLAN Adapter
Melco WLI-USB-KB11 11Mbps WLAN Adapter
Melco WLI-USB-KS11G 11Mbps WLAN Adapter
Melco WLI-USB-S11 11Mbps WLAN Adapter
MS MN510 Wireless USB Adapter
NetGear MA111
Pheenet WL-503IA 802.11b USB Adapter
Planex GW-US11H WLAN USB Adapter
Prism2.x 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
PRISM25 IEEE 802.11 Mini USB Adapter
PRISM25 IEEE 802.11 Mini USB Adapter
ROPEX FreeLan 802.11b USB Adapter
Siemens SpeedStream 1022 11Mbps WLAN USB Adapter
Sitecom WL-022 USB Adapter
T-Sinus 111 USB WLAN Adapter
USRobotics USR1120 Wireless USB Adapter
Z-Com 725/726 Prism2.5
Z-Com Xl735 Wireless 802.11b USB Adapter
ZyXEL ZyAIR B200 Wireless USB Adapter

CARDS THAT HAVE BEEN REPORTED *NOT* TO WORK
If you have one of these cards, try anyway. They may have been mis-reported.

3Com
3CRWE254G72 (USB)

Asus
WL-167G (USB)

Buffalo
WLI2-USB2-G54 (USB)

Dell
Dell 1450 Wireless USB 2.0 Adaptor 802.11 a/b/g (USB)

D-Link
DWL-G122 (USB)

EntraSys
EntraSys 802.11 DS

IBM
IBM - 802.11 a/b/g (part #: 31p9109) (PCMCIA)

Intel
Intel® PRO/Wireless LAN 2100 3B (Mini-PCI)

IO-DATA
WN-G54/US (USB)

Linksys
WUSB 802.11b (USB)

MS
MS MN-520

Netgear
MA111 (USB) - version 2 doesn't work, version 1 does apparently

PC with WiFi built in (Mini-PCI)
Vaio PCG-V505 (LAN-Express IEEE 802.11)
SpeedStream SpeedStream SS1021
Trendnet TEW-229UB (USB)



#13 Arjun

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Posted 08 August 2005 - 11:20 PM

Yo, so this is 1.00 only or something? I can't even get my damn thing to connect to the internet! sad.gif

#14 midiemulation

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Posted 09 August 2005 - 08:54 PM

QUOTE(Arjun @ Aug 9 2005, 12:31 AM)
Yo, so this is 1.00 only or something? I can't even get my damn thing to connect to the internet! sad.gif

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nope all versions of psp are supported smile.gif
what are you getting hung up on?





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